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According to his arrest affidavit, Brian Keith Olmstead, 35, of Brunswick, Ohio, was using his child's stroller to plow through crowds at Disney's Art of Animation Resort on Sunday, shouting racial slurs as he did so.

Disney resort managers said they received at least 11 complaints about Olmstead over the course of four hours. Olmstead's wife told Orange County sheriff's investigators they started the day at ESPN's Wide World of Sports for a cheerleading competition.

She said he left with their young son at around 3:30 p.m., and he returned to the resort.

There, witnesses told deputies Olmstead sat at the poolside bar with his child in the stroller next to him and drank himself into "a state of intoxication."

A resort manager told investigators Olmstead was escorted back to his room, only to return to the food court area, where several people complained he was threatening them with violence.

Deputies arrived, and they said they found Olmstead's son had been sitting in a dirty diaper for hours, and his legs and feet were badly sunburned.

A deputy said Olmstead called him names repeatedly on his way to jail, and he told the deputy Donald Trump was going to kill him.

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LOL that's what my brother calls me...

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Oh yeah, I think I can see that, Gorby.

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I was 18, working in a hospital when a broiler had a gas bubble and fireball erupted out of it and I was caught in the middle of it. It lasted a split second, I got second degree burns on my hand and arms. My hair line was singed and I got a weird triangular shaped burn mark on my forehead. It looks like a port wine stain, but it's shaped like the 'fighter' in the Asteroid video game. In the summer when I darken it's not as noticeable as when I'm not tan. It makes a great conversation piece.

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Poured fryer grease on my foot when I was 17.

Still have the scars.

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I read somewhere that slicing bagels was the most common way people cut themselves in the kitchen.

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shelling coconuts is hazardous.

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By far my most serious injury in the kitchen was hot bacon grease thrown into my face.

In terms of a knife injury, it was from prying the flesh out of a coconut.

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Avacados-- the silent killer.

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We have more updates from the Avocado Safety Section of the Health Assistance Team (ASSHAT)!

Once shunned for its high fat content, the avocado is now revered in kitchens across America for its amazing heart-healthy benefits, but the guacamole-starter's place in the spotlight may be spoiling, according to a NBC report.

Just ask anyone who's tried to cut open the green fruit, and ended up slicing right through their hand instead. "You can injure anything from tendons to nerves to blood vessels," warns Dr. Thomas Waters.

One problem is the big, slippery pit in the middle. People tend to use a big knife to whack it out of there.

First, don't hold anything you're trying to cut. Place it on a cutting board.

If you must hold it, put a folded towel between the fruit and your hand.

Second, sharpen your knives.

"A very sharp knife is actually safer," Waters said. "It's more accurate and you're able to do what you need to do. It's actually the dull knives that lead to injuries."

The potential for long-term injury is real. Deep cuts to nerves or tendons can take weeks or months to heal.

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